Class composites for elementary schools have always been painful to produce – and we have to produce a lot of them! The process to order, proof, correct, re-proof, re-order corrected versions and deliver them has not only been time consuming, but expensive when you factor in set-up and correction charges. We have found the aspirin …Read more »
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WPPI Here I come – I am really looking forward to WPPI and especially the trade show. I can’t wait to check out the new products that H&H is launching. Accordion Minis – available in 3×3 square format that holds up to 12 images as well as 2.5 x 3.5 which holds up to 14 …Read more »
Don’t let the Facebook news feed algorithm changes affect you. Get more engagement today with these tips from our photo lab! Guest post by Georgia McCabe follow her on Google+ – As an author, speaker, trainer and social media and photography evangelist, her perspectives on social media appear in print in her newest book entitled “SocialMorphosis – Transforming Your …Read more »
Almost 27% of accumulated time online today is spent on social media sites. To be sure, 85% of today’s online users have a Facebook account and nearly 50% have active Twitter accounts as well. Social Media has clearly become the behemoth of marketing lead generation, responsible for a doubling of the number of leads when …Read more »
Whether you are looking for graphical ideas, showing off some of your best stuff or just getting a feel for what kind of images are popular, Pinterest will definitely become habit forming.
When it comes to driving traffic to your website now, it’s out with the old and in with the new. What’s new? Take a clue: when Google makes its own social media platform a priority, it’s time to examine the role social media could play in your SEO success.
Today, social search not only identifies the current trends but drives new ones. Think of trends like flocks of birds, quick to group and take flight, instant to turn seamlessly after the leader.